Cetaphil PRO ItchControl Clean Extra Mild Hand Cleansing: The skin-friendly, soap-free cleansing complex - ideal for dry, irritated hands.
Cetaphil PRO ItchControl Clean is an extra mild hand cleanser, especially for dry and stressed hands. Thanks to its skin-friendly cleaning complex and the absence of rubbing agents, the extra mild hand cleaning is recommended for all those who have to wash their hands frequently every day. Without dyes and fragrances.
CETAPHIL Pro Clean liquid soap All advantages at a glance:
• Hand cleaning for particularly dry and stressed hands
• Suitable for the daily cleaning of dry, irritated hands with sensitive skin and damaged barrier function
• Removes light to medium-heavy soiling - completely without abrasives
• Contains neither dyes nor fragrances
• Soap-free and pH-neutral hand cleaning
For whom is Cetaphil® PRO ItchControl Clean Extra Mild Hand Cleaning suitable?
Whether at home or at work: The Extra Mild Hand Cleansing was developed especially for all those who have to wash their hands several times a day. Because of its skin-friendly cleaning complex, it is suitable for the daily cleaning of dry, irritated hands with sensitive skin and damaged barrier function. Completely without rubbing agents, it reliably frees your hands from light to medium-heavy soiling.
How Cetaphil® PRO ItchControl Clean Extra Mild Hand Cleansing protects your hands
Thorough and at the same time gentle cleaning is the first step for well-cared for and soft hands. Cetaphil PRO ItchControl Clean Extra Mild Hand Cleansing cleans the hands with mild surfactants and completely dispenses with abrasives, dyes, fragrances and soap. Soap can increase the pH of the skin and attack its natural protective acid mantle. By not using soap, the protective acid mantle is spared. In addition to soap, we also do not use abrasives. Rubbing agents often consist of plastic, wood flour or walnut shells and can damage the surface of the skin.
CETAPHIL Pro Clean liquid soap application:
Slightly moisten your hands, apply a little of the product to your hands and massage in. While the hand cleaner foams up, dirt particles are surrounded by the mild surfactants and can then be rinsed off with lukewarm water. Finally, dry your hands carefully. For very sensitive hands, we recommend carefully dabbing instead of rubbing.
The Cetaphil® PRO ItchControl care concept for the hands
Cetaphil is a medical skin care brand and offers a holistic care concept for cleaning, protecting and caring for stressed hands. In addition to our hand cleaning, we therefore also recommend our Cetaphil PRO ItchControl Protect Protective Hand Cream and our Cetaphil PRO ItchControl Repair Sensitive Regenerating Hand Cream. Clinical studies show that the combined use of Cetaphil PRO ItchControl cleaning, protection and care in the prevention of chronic hand eczema leads to the best results.
1. Gentle, gentle skin cleansing: Cetaphil PRO ItchControl Clean Extra Mild Hand Cleansing gently cleanses without soap and abrasives.
2. Protection for stressed hands: Cetaphil PRO ItchControl Protect Protective hand cream for working and stressed hands. Protects against water, soaps and detergents, among other things.
3. Regenerating skin care: Cetaphil PRO ItchControl Repair Sensitive Regenerating Hand Cream actively regenerates dry and stressed hands so that they can recover from daily stress.
Other factors that can affect your skin health
Our Cetaphil PRO ItchControl Extra Mild hand cleaning offers protection for sensitive, dry hands - with every hand wash. But there are other factors beyond hand washing that can affect skin health. An important factor is a balanced diet that is rich in vitamins, minerals and trace elements. The vitamins of the B complex in particular have a major influence on the condition of the skin. In addition, vitamins C and E protect the skin cells from free radicals and vitamin A contributes to the formation of new skin cells. For healthy skin, it is advisable to avoid foods that are too greasy or sweet, as well as nicotine and alcohol. Also, when washing your hands, be careful not to expose the skin to hot water for too long.
1 Elsner et al., Akt Dermatol, 2002; 28: 225-30.